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New User 6 years 10 months ago #115

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Hi
I am pankaj A new user of medinria have some difficulty.
1 How to conver dicom images to medinria compitable images
2 How to print processed data like FA Maps and Fiber tracs?
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #122

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Hi Pankaj,

There is no need to convert images before importing them to medInria. Just go to the "Browser" section, find the folder where the Dicoms you want to import are and right-click -> Import. That should import all of them.

At the moment we do not provide a tool inside medInria to capture the screen. However you could use any external application like Shutter for Ubuntu, SnapIt for Windows, etc.

Hope that helped!

Sergio.
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #125

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Thanks for reply,
can we generate tract by using dicom images.
if not how we can do that.
pls reply.
Thanks
Pankaj jaiswal
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #130

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Hi Pankaj,

Yes it is possible to do so.

First you will need to import the images into medInria. Basically what you have to do is, from the Browser area, navigate to the folder where your images are and then right click -> import.

Then, in order to do tractography, please refer to the full instructions on this page: med.inria.fr/docs/23-doc-diffusion-conf .

Let us know if it doesn't work!
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #131

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Hi
once again thanks for reply.
actually l have seen tracks and tensor by using sample data sets.
I want do that with other patients data sets acquired on my machine'
while converting that data by using mricon it give me .hdr and .img file.
I am not getting .txt file which is gradient file which we need superimpose.
will you help me ?
i using mri convert version 2.0 rev.235
Thanks
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #132

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Hi Pankaj,

In order to do that you can use dcm2nii.
There is a great tutorial on how to use it in this page: www.mccauslandcenter.sc.edu/mricro/mricron/dcm2nii.html.

Hope that helps!
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #133

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Hi
once again thanks for reply,
Suggestion worked great and i have done it with data aquired from our machine.
One more question is there to ask.
That's How we can print FA maps.
It very essential for us because neurologist and radiologist both want that in there cabin or theatre.
Thanks
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Re: New User 6 years 10 months ago #138

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Hi Pankaj,

Great that everything worked fine!

Currently we do not provide a way to capture screenshots via medInria, but any screen capture app could be used for this purpose, like Snagit for Windows and Mac, Shutter for Ubuntu, etc.

Hope it helps!
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